The federal government leases space for many high-security federal agencies—such as the FBI and the DEA—which may conduct classified operations and handle sensitive data. If the spaces are in buildings owned by foreign entities, how does the government address potential threats to sensitive information and the employees who work there? A team led by Keith Cunningham, an assistant director with our Physical Infrastructure team, recently examined government leasing in foreign-owned buildings. Listen to what they found:
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